Mallegol, S.
April 1999
Journal of Electronic Defense;Apr99, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p32
Trade Publication
Reports that Metric Systems Corp. has delivered a European Rangeless Interim Training System (URITS) to the US Air Force in Europe (USAFE). Contract awarded to Metric by the USAF Range Instrumentation Systems Program Office; Metric's team-up with BVR Systems Ltd. to develop the URITS; Two main subsystems of URITS.


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